Excursion Ramena beach and the Three bay », either by Quad or by 4x4WD car (Specify choice while making reservation)
About 70km of road, track sandy
Departure from the hotel at 8.30.
Briefing for the ride by quad
Departing from Diego towards Ramena, after a few kilometres on bad roads, we will take a sandy track up to the Bay of Sakalava. An imposing a 300 years old Baobab tree is soaring above the road before we reach a very beautifully white sandy beach where, with a bit of luck we will able to encounter some lemurs.
Then we leave for the Bay of the Pigeons and after crossing some dunes, we will arrive at bay named the dunes (Bay of the Dunes). A deserted beach will welcome you with an invitation to bathe.
Depending on the seasons, you may get a chance to watch a ballet of tortoises.
We will continue through Cap Miné where the vestiges of war guns and fortifications attest historic presence of the French Army and its former role as guardian of the pass (or the main gateway to Diego Bay), and the lighthouse which is still in good repairs.
Lunch in Ramena restaurant, a traditional village of fishermen bordered with white sand beach and coconuts trees.
In case of excursion by quad:
The tourists must have their driving license, passport and should fill in a form of formality (international driving licence)
Helmet and bandana are provided.
The level of conduct and appearance are gradually and are suitable for both insiders and professionals, ensuring security and usability.
The quad is an ideal mean of transport for exploring the beautiful sights of our region!
Their discovery correspond exactly to what every traveler dreams of living at least once in his life: exploration, plain to the eye, all multiple landscapes as beautiful as each other, a variety of flora and fauna.
We will set out to Diego-Suarez for tourists who chose to take 4x4WD.
However, for those who chose the ride by quad, we will set out through a very pleasant site across the dunes, then on sandy tracks for the village of Ivovona. After that we will go round the Bay of Diego which is meant to be one of most beautiful bays in the world after Rio de Janeiro, where a majestic sugar loaf with its conical karstic structure is towering up above the sea.